4 edition of Woodland Crematorium Stockholm Sweden 1935 1940 (Global Architecture, 62) found in the catalog.
Woodland Crematorium Stockholm Sweden 1935 1940 (Global Architecture, 62)
Erik Gunnar Asplund
by Ada Editors Toyko
Written in English
|Contributions||Mori No Kasoba 1935-40 (Corporate Author)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Skogskyrkogården, located south of central Stockholm, Sweden, is an outstanding early 20th century cemetery. Its design blends vegetation and architectural elements, taking advantage of irregularities in the site to create a landscape that is finely adapted to its function. Woodland crematorium, Stockholm, Sweden. ; Woodland chapel, Stockholm, Sweden. ; Stockholm public library, Stockholm, Sweden. / Erik Gunnar Asplund ; edited and photographed by Yukio Futagawa ; text by Stuart Wrede = [Mori no ka.
Swedish green marble, grained plywood, and a color scheme of white and blue contribute to the feeling of a totally modern structure. Asplund's last major work was the Woodland Crematorium (); it is monumental and yet severely simple, notably in the entrance portico. In all, Asplund designed 68 projects, of which 32 were constructed. Stockholm, Sweden: Year: The new Crematorium is located in a clearing in the wild wood to the north of Gunnar Asplund’s crematorium complex of The building´s asymmetrical volume and exterior surfaces are developed in response to the waves of the woodland terrain where large pine trees, moss and exposed bedrock are dominant.
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Woodland Crematorium Stockholm Sweden (Global Architecture, 62) (English and Japanese Edition)Author: Erik Gunnar Asplund, Yukio Futagawa, Stuart Wrede. Built by Johan Celsing Arkitektkontor in Stockholm, Sweden with date Images by Ioana Marinescu. The New Crematorium at the Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm.
The new crematorium is located in an. The Woodland Crematorium and its three chapels of Faith, Hope and the Holy Cross were built later, from These are arguably Asplund’s greatest buildings and were the last assignment before his sudden death in Erik Gunnar Asplund is the author of Woodland Crematorium Stockholm Sweden ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Erik Gunnar 3/5(1).
Woodland crematorium, Stockholm, Sweden. ; Woodland chapel, Stockholm, Sweden. ; Stockholm public library, Stockholm, Sweden. Erik Gunnar Asplund: Woodland crematorium, Stockholm, Sweden. ; Woodland chapel, Stockholm, Sweden. ; Stockholm public library, Stockholm, Sweden.
Skogskyrkogården came about following an international competition in for the design of a new cemetery in Enskede in the southern part of Stockholm, entry called "Tallum" by the young architects Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz was ption: (18th Session).
Gunnar Asplund, in full Erik Gunnar Asplund, (born Sept. 22,Stockholm, Swed.—died Oct. 20,Stockholm), Swedish architect whose work shows the historically important transition from Neoclassical to modern design.
Asplund was educated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm. His exposure to classical architecture on a trip to Greece and Italy (–14). On behalf of the City of Stockholm, the City Cemeteries Administration is arranging an invited international architectural competition for a new crematorium at the Woodland cemetery, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The new crematory is to complement Gunnar Asplund’s world-famous Woodland Crematorium dating Woodland Crematorium Stockholm Sweden (Global Architecture, 62) (English and Japanese Edition): ISBN () Softcover, Ada Editors Toyko, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site.
Other articles where Woodland Crematorium is discussed: Gunnar Asplund: His Woodland Crematorium (–40) in Stockholm, a modern masterpiece, makes extensive use of columns that, though starkly modern, convey a feeling of classical dignity and serenity.
Woodland Crematorium Stockholm Sweden by Erik Gunnar Asplund, Yukio Futagawa, Stuart Wrede, 二川 幸夫, 細谷 巖. Paperback, 40 Pages, Published by Ada Editors Toyko ISBNISBN: X. Woodland Cemetery in Swedish â€œSkogskyrkogÃ¥rdenâ€ is Sweden most important architectural cemetery, opened in It is located in the Old Enskede in Stockholm.
Erik Gunnar Asplund with Sigurd Lewerentz. Woodland Crematorium, Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden, Site plan and section, final version. Sigurd Lewerentz. Graphite on tracing paper. 16 1⁄4 x 37 7⁄8” ( x cm). Stockholm, Stockholm County Picture: Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm - Crematorium - Check out Tripadvisor members' 50, candid photos and videos of Stockholm.
Swedish, – Wikipedia entry Introduction Erik Gunnar Asplund (22 September – 20 October ) was a Swedish architect, mostly known as a key representative of Nordic Classicism of the s, and during the last decade of his life as a major proponent of the modernist style which made its breakthrough in Sweden at the Stockholm International.
This red-brick crematorium was designed by Swedish architect Johan Celsing to blend into its setting in the historic Woodland Cemetery outside Stockholm (+ slideshow).Author: Jessica Mairs.
Sections for the Chapel of the Holy Cross showing a mural, Woodland Crematorium, Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden People: Erik Gunnar Asplund (draughtsman) Erik Gunnar Asplund (architect) Form: drawings.
Quantity / Object type: 1 drawing(s). Stockholm, Sweden – Johan Celsing's crematorium for Woodland Cemetery. 1 April, By Rasmus Wærn. Comment; Full screen.
Johan Celsing’s ‘stone in the forest’ treads carefully in the Woodland Cemetery.DR, Interior sketch perspective for the Chapel of Hope showing a service underway, Woodland Crematorium, Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden, DR, Interior sketch perspective for the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Woodland Crematorium, Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden, Skogskyrkogården, The Woodland Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden.
In the quiet of this crisp windless morning, the trees seem so still. The tall pines surround the graves, solemn in their silence, as though they are mourners gathered around for a perpetual funeral ceremony.